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Cooking with Fire

Cooking with Fire

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Cooking with Fire
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In KMUW’s seasonal commentary and podcast, Cooking with Fire, All Things Barbecue’s Josh Cary and Chef Tom Jackson take on a global exploration of barbecue.

Latest Episodes

Cooking With Fire: Sage

It's that time of year again. I’m not talking about the temperature suddenly dropping below freezing and the wind blowing us around like leaves. No, it’s that time of year when everyone has an opinion on how you should cook your Thanksgiving turkey, and what sides are best for your gathering. But I’d like to, instead, focus on the unsung hero of our holiday dinners, the spices and herbs we rely on to give us those classic flavors — especially sage. For centuries sage has been an important part

1 MIN3 w ago
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Cooking With Fire: Sage

Cooking With Fire: Juicy Lucy

Sometimes the simplest things are the best. Bacon and eggs, the grilled cheese sandwich, grilled lobster cover in butter — few ingredients, easy preparation, big flavor. The cheeseburger falls into the same category: a little beef, a few slices of cheese, buns and whatever toppings you like. But when you want to wow your guests, you need to take things to another level, and that is where the Juicy Lucy comes in.

7 MINSEP 20
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Cooking With Fire: Juicy Lucy

Cooking With Fire: New York Or Chicago?

This episode originally aired on October 21, 2016. There are many debates in the food world that will never be settled: who has the best barbecue; if chili should contain beans. One debate in my mind reigns supreme: New York- versus Chicago-style pizza.

9 MINAUG 23
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Cooking With Fire: New York Or Chicago?

Cooking With Fire: Steak & Eggs

This past month we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. But you can’t get to the moon without fuel, and no, I’m not talking about rocket fuel. Astronauts, no matter how superhuman they may seem, still have to eat just like you and me. And what they ate for breakfast on that July day in 1969 mimicked a breakfast consumed eight years prior before the first manned space mission ever taken on by NASA. On May 5th, 1961, Alan Shepard was launched into space aboard Freedom 7

7 MINAUG 16
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Cooking With Fire: Steak & Eggs

Cooking With Fire: Beef Bulgogi

Beef bulgogi is an incredibly popular dish in Korea and is one of the most successful culinary exports of the region. While the term "bulgogi," which literally translates to “fire meat,” is relatively new, these thin marinated strips of grilled meat have been a staple in the diet of those who live on the Korean peninsula since 37 BC. Back then, strips of beef or pork were marinated and then threaded on a small skewer and cooked, and then served in broth over rice. This was quite different from

8 MINJUL 30
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Cooking With Fire: Beef Bulgogi

Cooking With Fire: Canadian Whisky

Canadian whisky simply doesn’t command the attention of the U.S. market like it once did. Imported whisky from Scotland and Ireland and our own local bourbon have continued to crowd out the spirits from our neighbors in the north, but at one point in time Canadian whisky was the most popular spirit in America.

12 MINJUL 12
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Cooking With Fire: Canadian Whisky

Cooking With Fire: Firecracker Chicken Wings With A Bourbon Glaze

Summer is officially here. With temperatures in the 90s we’re spending more and more time at the pool with our kids, and the smoke is rolling off of the patio for long portions of the weekend as we grill, smoke, and roast our meals over live fires. But soon enough a different kind of smoke will be floating overhead as my neighborhood fills with kids shooting off fireworks and running around throwing firecrackers at squirrels, and, invariably, each other. And to be clear, I love both kinds of

12 MINJUL 1
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Cooking With Fire: Firecracker Chicken Wings With A Bourbon Glaze

Cooking With Fire: Irish Whiskey

While the Scots seem to get all of the love from the whiskey world, the word whiskey itself comes from the Gaelic phrase Uisce Beatha [pronounced: ISH-ka BUH-ha], which means “water of life.”

9 MINJUN 14
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Cooking With Fire: Irish Whiskey

Cooking With Fire: Scotch

Scotch has a long and storied history, much like the country it is named after.

10 MINMAY 31
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Cooking With Fire: Scotch

Cooking With Fire: The Chicago Dog

Chicago is known for many things, from professional sports teams to deep dish pizza to systemic political corruption, but when I think of Chicago one thing pops into my head: the Chicago Dog.

4 MINMAY 17
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Cooking With Fire: The Chicago Dog

Latest Episodes

Cooking With Fire: Sage

It's that time of year again. I’m not talking about the temperature suddenly dropping below freezing and the wind blowing us around like leaves. No, it’s that time of year when everyone has an opinion on how you should cook your Thanksgiving turkey, and what sides are best for your gathering. But I’d like to, instead, focus on the unsung hero of our holiday dinners, the spices and herbs we rely on to give us those classic flavors — especially sage. For centuries sage has been an important part

1 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Cooking With Fire: Sage

Cooking With Fire: Juicy Lucy

Sometimes the simplest things are the best. Bacon and eggs, the grilled cheese sandwich, grilled lobster cover in butter — few ingredients, easy preparation, big flavor. The cheeseburger falls into the same category: a little beef, a few slices of cheese, buns and whatever toppings you like. But when you want to wow your guests, you need to take things to another level, and that is where the Juicy Lucy comes in.

7 MINSEP 20
Comments
Cooking With Fire: Juicy Lucy

Cooking With Fire: New York Or Chicago?

This episode originally aired on October 21, 2016. There are many debates in the food world that will never be settled: who has the best barbecue; if chili should contain beans. One debate in my mind reigns supreme: New York- versus Chicago-style pizza.

9 MINAUG 23
Comments
Cooking With Fire: New York Or Chicago?

Cooking With Fire: Steak & Eggs

This past month we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. But you can’t get to the moon without fuel, and no, I’m not talking about rocket fuel. Astronauts, no matter how superhuman they may seem, still have to eat just like you and me. And what they ate for breakfast on that July day in 1969 mimicked a breakfast consumed eight years prior before the first manned space mission ever taken on by NASA. On May 5th, 1961, Alan Shepard was launched into space aboard Freedom 7

7 MINAUG 16
Comments
Cooking With Fire: Steak & Eggs

Cooking With Fire: Beef Bulgogi

Beef bulgogi is an incredibly popular dish in Korea and is one of the most successful culinary exports of the region. While the term "bulgogi," which literally translates to “fire meat,” is relatively new, these thin marinated strips of grilled meat have been a staple in the diet of those who live on the Korean peninsula since 37 BC. Back then, strips of beef or pork were marinated and then threaded on a small skewer and cooked, and then served in broth over rice. This was quite different from

8 MINJUL 30
Comments
Cooking With Fire: Beef Bulgogi

Cooking With Fire: Canadian Whisky

Canadian whisky simply doesn’t command the attention of the U.S. market like it once did. Imported whisky from Scotland and Ireland and our own local bourbon have continued to crowd out the spirits from our neighbors in the north, but at one point in time Canadian whisky was the most popular spirit in America.

12 MINJUL 12
Comments
Cooking With Fire: Canadian Whisky

Cooking With Fire: Firecracker Chicken Wings With A Bourbon Glaze

Summer is officially here. With temperatures in the 90s we’re spending more and more time at the pool with our kids, and the smoke is rolling off of the patio for long portions of the weekend as we grill, smoke, and roast our meals over live fires. But soon enough a different kind of smoke will be floating overhead as my neighborhood fills with kids shooting off fireworks and running around throwing firecrackers at squirrels, and, invariably, each other. And to be clear, I love both kinds of

12 MINJUL 1
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Cooking With Fire: Firecracker Chicken Wings With A Bourbon Glaze

Cooking With Fire: Irish Whiskey

While the Scots seem to get all of the love from the whiskey world, the word whiskey itself comes from the Gaelic phrase Uisce Beatha [pronounced: ISH-ka BUH-ha], which means “water of life.”

9 MINJUN 14
Comments
Cooking With Fire: Irish Whiskey

Cooking With Fire: Scotch

Scotch has a long and storied history, much like the country it is named after.

10 MINMAY 31
Comments
Cooking With Fire: Scotch

Cooking With Fire: The Chicago Dog

Chicago is known for many things, from professional sports teams to deep dish pizza to systemic political corruption, but when I think of Chicago one thing pops into my head: the Chicago Dog.

4 MINMAY 17
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Cooking With Fire: The Chicago Dog
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